Drugs, felony charges, even jail couldn’t stop him Electroconvulsive therapy did. A manic memoir by Andy Behrman. Andy Behrman (born ) is an American writer of non-fiction as well as a mental health advocate and national speaker. He is the author of Electroboy: A Memoir of Mania which was published by.

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I feel as if I’ve just smoked cocaine and drifted high into the clouds, and I am struggling to stay awake. Please help improve it or discuss these issues on the talk page. Amazing how Andy survived.

At last I decide that it’s perfectly OK to mix and match. I stay on the plane.

Electroboy: A Memoir of Mania by Andy Behrman

She should recommend sleeping naked to her customers. The symptoms of bipolar disorder come in different strengths and sizes. Seeing how he took the medications and his rationals for taking them the way he did was familiar. She should recommend sleeping naked to her customers.

ELECTROBOY: A Memoir of Mania

Andy Behrman brilliantly captures the mania part of memooir bipolar life. He is working on a sequel to Electroboyas well as a self-help book. I’m not usually this scared going to the dentist. Prior to reading Electroboy, I wrote to the Andy, the author, who answered immediately, saying he was very busy, but would write more in a few days, when he was back home. But, in this case, I found it somehow apt. He takes 15 pills every night — nine diffrent maania.

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East Dane Designer Men’s Fashion. I hope amid the many challenges, he has also gained electrooy joy and peace. Sep 17, Tlingit added it Recommended to Tlingit by: My actions are random-based on delusional thinking, warped intuition, and animal instinct.

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I have to get out and consume. Time for “life-jacket follies. I’m looking forward to my fourth and final treatment. Everything moves in slow motion. I’m hoping I can be put on a programme of medication that will stabilise the manic-depression. Sep 01, Haylee Huntsinger rated memir liked it.

She could be an Indian maybe. Read more Read less. I wake up 30 minutes later and think I’m in a hotel room in Acapulco. At a bar on the Upper East Side, two women laugh loudly – if is the one adjusting her skirt a man? Got to get to Tokyo to see art and make some deals.


Electroboy: A Memoir of Mania

My heart races – I’m nervous, I’m frightened, I’m pressured, I’m stressed. Taboo subjects or handled in ways you never imagined I throw on a pair of jeans no briefs and a black cashmere turtleneck.

When I leave my apartment I check three or four times to be sure I’ve locked my door. I hope he comes out with another book in a few years that’s a memoir of Andy Behrman, not just mania.

I put on my rubber gloves and scrub the entire bathroom until it sparkles – this can take an hour or longer. Fast-paced and highly entertaining.

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